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Thought-leaders, clergy, and members throughout our movement are in ongoing conversation about how Humanistic Judaism might help us better live our lives and understand the world around us.
Resources in this section include articles from our quarterly Humanistic Judaism Magazine and our yearly Humanistic Jewish Role Model.
This is a guest article by Barbara Martinsons, a member of the SHJ affiliate,
Natan Fuchs, a member of Congregation for Humanistic Judaism of Metro Detroit,
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